STAFF at one of Scarborough’s leading hotels decided to think pink to help the fight against cancer.
Dozens of kind-hearted men and women at the Grand Hotel got together to organise a pink day to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
They all wore a bit of pink to show their support for the charity, as well as organising a series of events throughout the day.
They held a tombola and a raffle, as well as holding cake stalls throughout the hotel.
And generous guests backed their efforts to help them raise £626 for the charity.
Operations Manager for the Grand Hotel, Mark Johnston, was thrilled with his staff, vowing to hold future charity events at the hotel.
He said: “This is the first time we’ve held a day like this, and it was great,
“All the staff worked really hard. We’re going to start doing something like this every quarter.”
The culmination of the event was a balloon launch, and the guest whose balloon landed furthest away won a weekend break for two at the hotel.
However, Mr Johnston added: “The balloon launch looked great, but the winner still hasn’t come forward to collect their prize.
“Everybody here is really surprised.”